Practice, Profession & Ethics
Programme and Papers

Any available abstracts and papers are listed below the programme:


Session 1: Tuesday 9 September 2014 14.00-15.30 Room

1A       Catherine Shephard (Manchester Metropolitan)

            Strategies for managing change and the use of paraprofessionals; a comparative study for                 the benefit of post-LETR providers of legal services

1B        Marc Mason (Westminster)

            The New Bar Standards Handbook: Changing the face of the Bar?

1C       Michael Reynolds (Oxford)

            Deontology of Arbitration


Session 2: Tuesday 9 September 2014 16.00-17.30 Room

2A       Liz Heffernan (Trinity College Dublin)

            Adjudication on the Law of Evidence in the Irish Court of Criminal Appeal

2B        Stephanie Roberts (Westminster)

            Why do appeal processes fail the factually innocent? Lessons from the US and England and               Wales

2C       Jesse Elvin and Claire de Than (City)

            Private payments, ethics and the public interest


Session 3 Wednesday 10 September 2014 09.00-10.30 Room

3A       Gabriel Brennan (Law Society, Ireland)

            Decoupling traineeship and training and other threats to Ireland’s model of professional                   legal education

3B        Lucy Floyd (Oxford Brookes)

            Becoming a female solicitor: vocational legal education and professional identity formation

3C        Jonathan Bainbridge  (Northumbria)

            Educating towards ethical lawyers: a progress report


Session 4 Wednesday 10 September 2014 14.00-15.30 Room

4A       Steven Vaughan (Birmingham)

            Push-Me Pull-You: Relationships Between Large Law Firms and Their Clients

4B       Frances Burton (Buckingham)

            Towards Holistic and Affordable Family Dispute Resolution

4C       Elimma C Ezeani (Robert Gordon)

            Of Numbers and Calculations: Should lawyers beware?

Abstracts

Push-Me Pull-You: Relationships Between Large Law Firms and Their Clients by Steven Vaughan –.
Why do appeal processes fail the factually innocent? Lessons from the US and England and Wales by Stephanie Robert.
Deontology of Abitration by Michael Reynolds.
Private payments, ethics, and the public interest by Jesse Elvin and Claire de Than .
Adjudication on the Law of Evidence in the Irish Court of Criminal Appeal by Liz Heffernan.
Towards Holistic and Affordable Family Dispute Resolution: the interface between Mediation and Family Arbitration by Frances Burton.
Becoming a female solicitor: vocational legal education and professional identity formation by Lucy Floyd.
Strategies for managing change and the use of paraprofessionals; a comparative study for the benefit of post-LETR providers of legal services by Catherine Shephard.
Decoupling traineeship and training and other threats to Ireland’s model of professional legal education by Gabriel Brennan.
The New Bar Standards Handbook: Changing the face of the Bar? by Marc Mason.
Of Numbers and Calculations: Should lawyers beware? by Elimma C Ezeani.
Educating towards ethical lawyers: a progress report by Jonathan Bainbridge.

Papers

Deontology of arbitration by Michael P. Reynolds1.
Decoupling traineeship and training and other threats to Ireland’s model of professional legal education by Gabriel Brennan1.
Strategies for managing change and the use of paraprofessionals; a comparative study for the benefit of post-LETR providers of legal services by Catherine Shephard1 and Ian A. Todd2.

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